Hitler Lives CD maker charged

A GERMAN citizen has been charged with inciting racial hatred for producing a compact disc of his songs titled Adolf Hitler Lives.

A spokesman for the city of Osnabruck, Lower Saxony, said the suspect, identified as Daniel G, in accordance with German privacy laws, could face up to five years in jail if convicted.

The spokesman said the suspect is believed to have written and sung the songs on the CD, which was sold over the internet in 2010. One song praises a string of killings of immigrants, another suggests deporting all Turks to Istanbul, while a third includes Holocaust denial.